|Make||Berggren Marine USA|
|Naval Design||Berggren Marine USA|
|Engine||2 X Volvo P. 500 Hp|
|Cruising speed||10 knt|
|Max speed||12.4 knt|
|Fuel tanks||28.080 l|
|Fresh water tanks||5000 l|
|Fuel consumption||70 l/h a 10 knt|
- Massive steel construction built for the toughest environments
- Completely renovated systems
- Oversized hydraulic power unit for bow and stern propellers and winches
- Interior restyling
- Zero Speed electric stabilizers
- Volvo commercial engines (2013)
- 4000-mile range
Pelican One was first commissioned in 1985 as a working fishing vessel in the Alaskan waters, where in fact, she remained for the first 25 years of her life.
Acquired in 2009, the vessel moved to Italy, where conversion work began with Navaltecnica Costruzioni Navali of San Benedetto del Tronto, on the Italian Adriatic coast and the careful supervision of her experienced owner.
The 2010 refit resulted in the boat being redesigned for Mediterranean use, exploration and sport fishing.
The second refit in 2013 included replacing the main engines, installing zero-speed stabilisers, and various internal modifications and improvements.
Finally, in 2016 the bulb was redesigned to optimise stability and fuel consumption, and total repainting was carried out inside and out.
Pelican One is designed and built to be highly reliable on long voyages, yet comfortable and easy to maintain.
The extensive interior use of white woods and marbles creates a pleasant luxury yacht feel.
She is equipped with a full navigation system for worldwide travel.
Pelican One lends itself to a variety of uses, both sporting and recreational and science research.
Equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and machinery, spaces once dedicated to work are now reserved for play and relaxation, and her 4000-mile range offers the possibility of long periods afloat in great comfort and style.
As with any expedition yacht, Pelican One boasts oversized fuel and water tanks, so is the fresh and dry storage capacity for remote destinations,
where it proves harder to provision with all the necessary comforts.